excitement

Barbourville, KY

#1 Jan 21, 2013
whats happened this time?

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#2 Jan 21, 2013
just saying

Madisonville, KY

#3 Jan 22, 2013
They go by the creekmart everyday this has became one of the loudest places every in the last yr its seems as if there is always something happen in this area maybe its because I pay more attention now then in the past but the ambulance and police sirens are on that road everyday I don't see how they could possible cover the whole county there has to be a lot of things happen for it to be that way I really fill for the men and women thats on those jobs. I doubt they are payed the amount they deserve for the jobs they do.
wow

Barbourville, KY

#4 Jan 22, 2013
I agree 100 percent i highly doubt they get payed enough to risk their life's for our's.But i'm grateful that they do a great job and i'm proud of everyone thats out there that put their life's in danger for our's.GREAT JOB for our EMT service and POLICE service.
5.56 X 45 NATO

Barbourville, KY

#5 Jan 22, 2013
wow wrote:
I agree 100 percent i highly doubt they get payed enough to risk their life's for our's.But i'm grateful that they do a great job and i'm proud of everyone thats out there that put their life's in danger for our's.GREAT JOB for our EMT service and POLICE service.
And for the firefighters in this county who get paid nothing and volunteer their time and own money they get nothing... Mostly the public not appreciating any work firefighters do until they themselves are trapped in a car dying or their house is burning down; then after they save your life or property..maybe a thank you would be grateful. So next time you see a volunteer fire fighter out and about, maybe carrying a radio or pager or wearing a shirt, or fire tags, thank that person for all their work, they answer calls at all times in the night and risking life and limb for a stranger. They don't receive a penny for the work they do. It would be great if the communities would stop in their local fire station on meeting nights and just say hey or thanks, or bring some food by.. Send a thank you card, donate to the department. I mean what if the volunteer didn't volunteer?
lol

Hazard, KY

#6 Jan 22, 2013
[QUOTE who="5.56 X 45 NATO"]<quoted text>
And for the firefighters in this county who get paid nothing and volunteer their time and own money they get nothing... Mostly the public not appreciating any work firefighters do until they themselves are trapped in a car dying or their house is burning down; then after they save your life or property..maybe a thank you would be grateful. So next time you see a volunteer fire fighter out and about, maybe carrying a radio or pager or wearing a shirt, or fire tags, thank that person for all their work, they answer calls at all times in the night and risking life and limb for a stranger. They don't receive a penny for the work they do. It would be great if the communities would stop in their local fire station on meeting nights and just say hey or thanks, or bring some food by.. Send a thank you card, donate to the department. I mean what if the volunteer didn't volunteer?[/QUOTE]pshhh please...lmao..yeah i will make sure i thank them..how many people do you thank a day for all the services they do for the community.theres noone makeing them volunteer. they know the chance and risk there takeing.
I am

Barbourville, KY

#7 Jan 22, 2013
I am grateful for all the Emt and police and for the volunteer firefighter's cause i know what a great job they do.I myself had to be cut out of my car by artumus firefighter's it's a scarie thought and i would like to thk them all and i appreciate them all that day.Artumus volunteer firefighter's the Emt and the City police station that day and for anybody esle that helped!!Thk you.
5.56 X 45 NATO

Barbourville, KY

#8 Jan 22, 2013
lol wrote:
[QUOTE who="5.56 X 45 NATO"]<quoted text>
And for the firefighters in this county who get paid nothing and volunteer their time and own money they get nothing... Mostly the public not appreciating any work firefighters do until they themselves are trapped in a car dying or their house is burning down; then after they save your life or property..maybe a thank you would be grateful. So next time you see a volunteer fire fighter out and about, maybe carrying a radio or pager or wearing a shirt, or fire tags, thank that person for all their work, they answer calls at all times in the night and risking life and limb for a stranger. They don't receive a penny for the work they do. It would be great if the communities would stop in their local fire station on meeting nights and just say hey or thanks, or bring some food by.. Send a thank you card, donate to the department. I mean what if the volunteer didn't volunteer?"

pshhh please...lmao..yeah i will make sure i thank them..how many people do you thank a day for all the services they do for the community.theres noone makeing them volunteer. they know the chance and risk there takeing.
You are not worth arguing with. Period
Cudos

Somerset, KY

#9 Jan 22, 2013
[QUOTE who="5.56 X 45 NATO"]<quoted text>
You are not worth arguing with. Period[/QUOTE]Good answer. Ignorance is bliss
lol

Hazard, KY

#10 Jan 23, 2013
[QUOTE who="5.56 X 45 NATO"]<quoted text>
You are not worth arguing with. Period[/QUOTE]not trying to argue just stating the truth98% of them end up directing traffic at a wreck or something anyway.
Not a laughing matter

Barbourville, KY

#11 Jan 23, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>not trying to argue just stating the truth98% of them end up directing traffic at a wreck or something anyway.
What a bad attitude you have!!!! Something bad I'd liable to happen to you for thinking the way you do. When it does, you'll be hoping for some volunteers to come along and save you. Karma is a b*tch!
heyyy

Williamsburg, KY

#12 Jan 23, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>pshhh please...lmao..yeah i will make sure i thank them..how many people do you thank a day for all the services they do for the community.theres noone makeing them volunteer. they know the chance and risk there takeing.
I bet you will have a different way of thinking when you need our services..
heyyy

Williamsburg, KY

#13 Jan 23, 2013
wow wrote:
I agree 100 percent i highly doubt they get payed enough to risk their life's for our's.But i'm grateful that they do a great job and i'm proud of everyone thats out there that put their life's in danger for our's.GREAT JOB for our EMT service and POLICE service.
Thank you for recognizing what we go through. Its hard on us all. Especially those of us that have families that work 24-48 hours straight for $8/hr. If it was about the money none of us would do it. I love my job
lol

Hazard, KY

#14 Jan 23, 2013
heyyy wrote:
<quoted text>
I bet you will have a different way of thinking when you need our services..
ummmm nope your wrong
excitement

Barbourville, KY

#15 Jan 23, 2013
when i ask about the sirens a few days ago in artemus i had no idea that it was gonna go this way,,,,but since it has i have a few comments my self,,,,if in my life i had a hero it would be an emt,,fire fighter,,,police officer,a soldier,,a true mom or dad ,a grandparent,,,,anyone person that would take time out of there lives to help me in times of any need that i may have ,that my friends to me is a hero,,,and these men and women around here that put out fires,,,and ,get us out of bad car wrecks and write us tickets for what ever reason, they really r heros in my book in way
5.56 X 45 NATO

Barbourville, KY

#16 Jan 23, 2013
excitement wrote:
when i ask about the sirens a few days ago in artemus i had no idea that it was gonna go this way,,,,but since it has i have a few comments my self,,,,if in my life i had a hero it would be an emt,,fire fighter,,,police officer,a soldier,,a true mom or dad ,a grandparent,,,,anyone person that would take time out of there lives to help me in times of any need that i may have ,that my friends to me is a hero,,,and these men and women around here that put out fires,,,and ,get us out of bad car wrecks and write us tickets for what ever reason, they really r heros in my book in way
Completely agree, I wish everyone thought this way.

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